Natural capital vehicle Althelia Climate Fund said it is on course to double its project portfolio this year in an effort to secure returns for investors, responding to watchdog groups that raised concerns about its ability to generate revenues after it earned at least €4.4 million in management fees.
Natural capital vehicle Althelia Climate Fund said it is on course to double its project portfolio this year in an effort to secure returns for investors, following concerns raised by watchdog groups about its ability to generate revenues after it earned at least €4.4 million in management fees.
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